Artist Residency at Aston Hall, working with the local community, museum visitors, Aston Park Children's Centre and young people from Nacro.
A project inspired by the building, its historical objects and surroundings.
Aston Hall is a Grade I listed historical Jacobean house designed by John Thorpe and built between 1618 and 1635, now part of Birmingham Museums
Above photos taken in the surrounding grounds of Aston Hall, recording found objects and translating them using digital imaging to represent the past, present and future of Aston and the how the purpose of the house has changed over the years.
8ft large collective decorative panel created by each visitor creating an embossed drawing onto copper sheeting, exhibited at Aston Hall